Stuartholme School is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming community free of discrimination. Part of this commitment is ensuring that the School premises are accessible to all students, parents, friends and special guests visiting the school.
Pick up and drop off zones
Our pick up and drop off zones are highlighted in red and can be accessed via 365 Birdwood Terrace or 61 Sir Samuel Griffith Drive.
Visitor and disabled parking
Visitor car parking is situated near the roundabout closest to the Renard building and can be reserved for disabled car parking. Please contact the school if you or your guest requires a disabled car park and one will be reserved for you.
Lifts are located in our Renard, Spruson and Joigny buildings.
Stuartholme School ensures that it is compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Disability (Access to Premises – Buildings) Standards 2010.
Visitors are permitted to park in staff car parks after 5pm weekdays or on weekends.
1. Tennis courts
Overlooking the city are five tennis courts, also suitable for netball and basketball.
Our beautiful Chapel was completed in 1961 and is renown for its large and intricate stained glass window.
3. Renard Building
The original Renard Building houses classrooms, main reception and the Boarding House.
4. Joigny Performing Arts Centre
Our Performing Arts Centre known as ‘Joigny’ houses a 485 seat theatre, tree-top level green room, four rehearsal rooms, recording studio and indoor and outdoor art facilities.
The purpose-built Aquatic Precinct offers a 25 metre water polo swimming pool with 13 lanes, change rooms, amenities and a tiered seating area.
The Oval is adjacent to our Aquatic Precinct and is used for Health and Physical Education classes, interhouse sporting events and co-curricula sport.
7. Outdoor Heritage Learning Area
Created in 2010, the Heritage Learning Area recognises the history of Stuartholme: the traditional owners; rscJ; the 42nd Base Hospital of the US Army; and our many students from regional Queensland.
The Cemetery is where the Religious of the Sacred Heart (rscJ) are laid to rest; four were educated at Stuartholme.